[AI] Job Alerts

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Fri Jul 16 08:08:04 EDT 2010


Hello All
Job applications are invited from ‘Sarthak educational Trust’ for
people with disabilities. The relevant details are as follows and
please find our contact details at the bottom of this advertisement.

Company Name: Religare Technologies
Job Title – Customer Care Executive
Number of posts - Multiple
Classification - IT
Job Type - Full-time
Location – NOIDA & Kirti Nagar
Requirements – Good communication skills in English/Hindi With minimum
qualification of 12th Grade. Fresher are welcome.
Expected Salary – 6k to 8k per month
Closing date of application – 23 July 2010
Company and Contact Details
Contact: Building no. 1 Sarthak Educational Trust mohammad Pur Behind
bikhaji Cama Place New Delhi – 110066
Phone: 011-42004238
Mobile: +91-9868408886
Web: www.disabilitymanagementcell.com


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>    7. Social networks show drug use follows lack of sleep (Sanjay)
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> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 12:29:37 +0530
> From: Abdul Razzaq <sensible.razzaq at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: [AI] How to use Google talk
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> Hi my dear friends, i instaled google talk in my PC, but i don't no
> how to use it. I know only how to use skype.
> Please can anybody help me, how to call, how to receive, how to add
> contact, how to sign in, sign out, ETC. Please write step by step in
> google talk.
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>
> Thanks&Regards,
> ABDUL RAZZAQ.S
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> Message: 2
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 13:48:38 +0100
> From: jagsmnn at gmail.com
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: [AI] Loadstone
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> Hi AI members, please lend me loadstone with its user manual, thanks in
> advance.
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> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 14:24:41 +0530
> From: "Vamshi. G" <gvamshiai at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] How to use Google talk
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> hi,
>
> if you have installed jaws scripts, press insert plus h to get a list
> of keys that are useful to operate it.
>
> On 7/16/10, Abdul Razzaq <sensible.razzaq at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi my dear friends, i instaled google talk in my PC, but i don't no
>> how to use it. I know only how to use skype.
>> Please can anybody help me, how to call, how to receive, how to add
>> contact, how to sign in, sign out, ETC. Please write step by step in
>> google talk.
>>
>>
>> Thanks&Regards,
>> ABDUL RAZZAQ.S
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> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 15:12:02 +0530
> From: "mahesh" <maheshswis at gmail.com>
> To: "accessindia" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>>
> Subject: [AI] windos  7 users help me
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> i am using windos xp and windos 7 both in 1 pc
> i using  out look express for mail checking in windos xp
> but in windos 7 there is no option
> out look express
> watcan i do for  out look express in windos 7?
> please give your guidelines 2 me
> thanks
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> Message: 5
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 03:21:51 +0530
> From: "Sanjay" <ilovecold at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Infections found: Inside the great scareware scam
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>           How a pair of brazen scammers made a cool $163 million from our
>           online security fears - and how the law finally shut them down
>
> by Jim Giles
>
> ONE day in March 2008, Kent Woerner got a disturbing phone call from a
> teacher at an elementary school in Beloit, Kansas. An 11-year-old
> student had triggered a security scan on a computer she was using,
> revealing that the machine contained pornographic images. Worse still,
> the images had appeared on-screen as the scan took place.
>
> Woerner, who manages the computer systems for the local school
> district, jumped in his car and drove to the school. Repeating the
> scan, he too saw the images, alongside warnings that the machine was
> infected with viruses and spyware that were surreptitiously
> monitoring the computer's users. Yet a search of the hard drive
> revealed nothing untoward. Switching to another machine, Woerner
> visited the security website that provided the scan, and ran it again.
> Exactly the same number of pornographic images popped up.
>
> Woerner was smart enough to spot the ruse. This was not a genuine
> security scan. It was nothing more than an animation designed to dupe
> the unsuspecting computer user into shelling out $40 or so for
> software to combat a security problem where none existed. For those
> who fall for it, such "scareware" spells double trouble: not only are
> they relieved of their cash, but the software they download has no
> protective effect, leaving them vulnerable to malicious attack.
>
> Woerner noted the site behind the fake scan, advancedcleaner.com,
> and got in touch with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the US
> consumer protection agency. He was one of hundreds. As the FTC trawled
> through the complaints, it became clear that in its complexity,
> sophistication and sheer brazenness, this was no normal internet scam.
> "This is one of the largest internet-based frauds the FTC has ever
> prosecuted," says Ethan Arenson, an attorney at the agency's
> headquarters in Washington DC. Over in Hamburg, Germany, analysts at
> the computer security company McAfee were independently coming to
> a similar conclusion.
> It soon become clear that in its complexity, sophistication and sheer
> brazenness, this was no normal internet scam
>
> The scam is the story of a computer security company called Innovative
> Marketing (IM) Incorporated. It begins in 2002, when internet
> entrepreneur Daniel Sundin registered a company of that name in
> Belize. His choice of business partner alone was reason to be
> suspicious: Sam Jain, an entrepreneur whose eFront network of
> websites, which covered everything from gaming to celebrities, had
> already gone out of business, having allegedly boosted ad revenue by
> exaggerating visitor numbers.
>
> Right from the start, IM was apparently engaged in some dubious
> practices. Documents revealed in a 2005 lawsuit brought by the
> computer security company Symantec allege that IM ran adverts
> mimicking update alerts from Symantec and other legitimate security
> firms, but directed users to software sold by Jain. The case cost Jain
> $3 million in damages.
>
> By the time that deception was uncovered, Jain and Sundin had another
> in place. Sundin had established an office in Kiev, Ukraine - a city
> where programming talent is abundant and available for relatively low
> wages. Developers were asked to produce security software which IM
> then advertised, using deceptive methods such as the fake scans that
> had popped up in the Kansas school. One product, WinAntivirus, looked
> confusingly like Microsoft security software. Another, DriveCleaner,
> identified 179 visits to adult websites no matter which computer it
> was installed on. Altogether, the FTC received over 1000 complaints
> about these and other IM products, including advancedcleaner.com.
>
> Acting on them was another matter. Scareware sellers usually host
> their products on many different servers, often in Russia and eastern
> Europe, where law enforcement may not be particularly effective. They
> also register sites under false names, making identification
> difficult.
>
> But IM made mistakes. Mistake number one was a lawsuit filed by IM
> itself. Fraudulent companies do not generally settle internal disputes
> in court, but in February 2007 IM filed suit in Canada against Marc
> and Maurice D'Souza, a father-and-son team who, Jain claimed, handled
> the company's marketing and accounts. Together with other family
> members, the D'Souzas had allegedly siphoned off an astonishing US$48
> million of the company's money. Marc hit back in August that year with
> his own suit alleging that, among other things, Jain had conspired to
> force him out of IM and that he should receive $5 million in damages.
>
> Hidden in the claims and counterclaims were incendiary allegations
> about IM's practices. D'Souza claimed that the company's stellar
> growth - revenues climbed from $11 million in 2004 to $53 million in
> 2006 - was based on deceptive practices, including selling antivirus
> programs that did not detect common threats and registering websites
> under false names.
>
> Devious twist
> "The Canadian lawsuit was the big break," says Arenson. For the first
> time the full extent of the enterprise became clear to the FTC, and
> the agency began to appreciate the sophistication of IM's operations.
> The company had, for instance, set up a series of advertising agencies
> that placed fake ads on websites. Code within these ads bombarded
> visitors with fake virus scans.
>
> Zillow, an online estate agent, was one of the victims. In November
> 2007, an advertising agency called NetMediaGroup, which turned out to
> be a front for IM, got in touch saying it wanted to run a promotion
> for SkyAuction, a bona fide travel website, on Zillow's site. The
> adverts appeared the following month - and the complaints came hot on
> their heels. When Chad Cohen of Zillow contacted the CEO of
> SkyAuction, he said he had never heard of NetMediaGroup. Some of the
> adverts had an extra devious twist, too: viewed from a computer within
> the website owner's offices, the adverts appeared normal; only users
> elsewhere received the suspect scans.
>
> Other websites targeted included those of Major League Baseball and
> the National Hockey League, The Economist magazine and the dating site
> eHarmony. All this was giving the FTC a picture of how IM worked, but
> it took another basic mistake - and the work of Dirk Kollberg of
> McAfee - to uncover the true scale of the operation.
>
> In late 2007 Kollberg was tracking scareware that exploited a recently
> discovered software vulnerability. It allowed unscrupulous developers
> to slip in things such as pop-up scans into animated adverts. Kollberg
> noticed that some of the fake scans the animations delivered came from
> a server registered to IM. The name stayed with him, as organisations
> pushing scareware do not usually reveal their identities so readily.
> When another McAfee expert came across a second link to IM, Kollberg
> decided to investigate the company's servers more closely.
>
> To his surprise, he found the servers were not password protected. It
> was a security lapse of breathtaking irony for a company that made its
> money exploiting the security fears of others. More importantly, it
> meant Kollberg could access the contents of the servers without
> breaking any laws.
>
> The insights were immediate, and damning. For a start, it was not just
> IM's scans that were fake: the software the company was peddling was
> too, says Kollberg. He did not find a single example that detected an
> EICAR test file, a standard piece of programming code which antivirus
> products are supposed to latch onto to prove they are working. The
> software also lacked a list of virus "signatures", snippets of code
> taken from known viruses that security software looks for when
> searching for threats.
>
> But it was the peek into IM's internal workings that was the most
> revealing. In the claim filed against the D'Souzas, the company had
> declared 300 employees in Ukraine, 45 in India and another 35 in
> Argentina. Kollberg's search revealed that had been an understatement:
> there were also three offices in the US and one in London. A personnel
> directory on one server listed 650 names.
>
> The real surprise, though, was the extent to which IM looked just like
> any well-oiled, legitimate software company. Photos on the server
> showed a professional-looking logo hung up behind a receptionist's
> desk at the company's headquarters in Kiev. In another, IM employees
> were playing paintball and volleyball and swimming in a river on what
> seems to be a company away day.
>
> On a third server, databases detailed hundreds of pieces of IM
> software and provided a list of server farms used by IM, each with an
> "abuseability" rating - an estimate, perhaps, of how willing the farm
> was to host IM's software and its tolerance of the complaints that the
> software attracted.
>
> IM also had call centres in India and Poland to deal with customer
> queries. Call recordings found by Kollberg make for depressing
> listening. Many of IM's customers have limited computer skills, and
> when some complained of getting virus warnings after installing IM's
> software, they were told to uninstall other security products first,
> thus removing their best protection. Others complained of calling back
> repeatedly and of waiting for promised emails that never arrived.
> Around 2 million calls were made to the centres in 2008, Kollberg
> estimates.
> Callers to the hotline would be told to uninstall other security
> products first, removing their best protection
>
> What of the people who worked for the company - how much did they know
> of what was going on? Former employees are not hard to track down.
> Many continue to list their experience at IM on LinkedIn, a
> business-oriented social network. Of the eight who responded to emails
> and phone calls from New Scientist, three said they either knew about
> IM's practices while on the payroll or left the company as soon as
> they found out. Although reluctant to talk on the record, they were
> frank about the motivations of IM staff.
>
> Paying over the odds
> "Our team was perfectly aware that we sold scareware," says a
> translator who worked for the company in Kiev in 2008. "The manager
> never made a big mystery of that." The team the translator was part of
> had 10 staff and 15 freelancers to translate the text of IM's products
> into 28 languages. "Not everyone was happy about it, but money is
> money," the translator says. IM was paying around 60 per cent more
> than similar jobs elsewhere offered.
>
> A mid-level employee, who left three years ago after realising what
> the company was doing, says that initially IM employed skilled
> developers to create genuine products. As managers became increasingly
> concerned with making money, quality declined and the fake scans came
> into use.
>
> Roughly half the people working there knew the full story, says the
> employee, but again money talked. "There were a lot of young people
> working there who did not care about the product. They just took their
> salaries."
>
> Others dispute that account. Three of the former employees New
> Scientist spoke to insist that IM sold genuine antivirus products,
> even if the quality was not always high. Alexiy Orlovsky, now at
> antivirus firm Zillya, was a product director at IM managing around 50
> staff before he left in 2008. He says that the company's software was
> tested against real viruses. "I can be sure about every product that I
> supervised," he says, adding that he has never heard of the products
> Kollberg tested and was not aware of the scareware ads while at the
> company. He attributes the problems to other companies faking IM
> products.
>
> Orlovsky also told New Scientist that he had not heard of Jain, Sundin
> or other senior IM investors. But the FTC recently made public an
> email between Sundin and a business associate in which Sundin refers
> to Orlovsky on a first-name basis and provides his contact details.
> Orlovsky did not reply to a subsequent request to clarify his
> relationship with Sundin.
>
> Whether it was fake or not, IM's investors were doing well out of the
> company's software. Figures obtained from the company that processed
> IM's payments show that the scareware firm had over 4 million
> customers and a revenue of $163 million between 2004 and 2008.
> Credit-card records show that Kristy Ross, a romantic partner of
> Jain's and one of the accused in the FTC court action, led a lifestyle
> that involved stays in a luxury hotel in the Bahamas, a series of
> meals costing over $500 each and extravagant shopping sprees,
> including spends of $30,000 at Harrods in London and $23,000 at the
> fashion house Louis Vuitton in 2008.
>
> That all came to an end on 3 December 2008. After examining evidence
> presented by the FTC, a US court froze the assets of everyone it could
> link to IM. This included Ross and the D'Souzas, who are currently
> cooperating with the FTC, says Arenson.
>
> Jain and Sundin are another matter. Jain failed to turn up for a court
> hearing early last year and an international warrant has been put out
> for his arrest. As for Sundin, New Scientist was able to trace him,
> via his parents, to Stockholm, Sweden, but he did not return emails or
> phone calls.
>
> In their absence, in February 2009 the FTC won default judgments
> against Jain, Sundin and IM for $163,167,539.95 - the precise total
> that the FTC believes the company brought in. Whether the commission,
> or the millions of people fooled by IM's scans, will ever receive a
> cent remains to be seen.
>
> As yet we do not know whether an enterprise the size of IM was a
> one-off. Scareware has certainly not gone away. The IM story is a
> salutary reminder that where there is a fast buck to be made,
> fraudulent operations will often muscle in - and that it pays for all
> of us to be certain of what we buy.
>
> How to avoid scareware
> * o Before buying security software, make sure it comes from a
> well-known and trusted company. If in doubt, consult a tech-savvy
> friend.
> * o If a virus warning appears when you are browsing the web, run a
> search on the company named in the scan. Many scareware companies
> are quickly identified this way.
> * o Make sure you have a firewall installed and turned on. A
> firewall blocks unauthorised traffic between your computer and the
> internet, and will prevent scareware from installing itself
> without your knowledge.
> * o If you think nasties are already lurking on your hard drive, use
> the free scans provided by reputable companies like McAfee,
> Symantec and Microsoft.
> * o Make sure you keep your security software up to date once you
> have it installed.
>
> Jim Giles is a correspondent in New Scientist's San Francisco office
>
>
> Technical telepathy: 09969636745
> Saints are not always saints; sinners are not always sinners.
>
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: 16 Jul 2010 09:45:18 -0000
> From: "viji lami" <viji_vijaya at rediffmail.com>
> To: <AccessIndia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] bsftb subscription
> Message-ID: <20100716094518.18843.qmail at f4mail-235-237.rediffmail.com>
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> Can anybody tell me how to subscribe to bfstb yahoo groups.
>
>
>
> Thanks regards
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 03:30:42 +0530
> From: "Sanjay" <ilovecold at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Social networks show drug use follows lack of sleep
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>           Analysing the friendship networks of 90,000 teens shows that lack
>           of sleep seems to cause increased drug use - and that teenagers
>           influence each other
>
> by Ewen Callaway
>
> PARENTS looking to steer their teens away from drugs may want to
> encourage them stay in bed longer. Lack of sleep seems to lead to
> increased drug use - not the other way around, as many researchers
> previously concluded - and this is likely to be a pattern of behaviour
> that teenagers acquire from their friends.
>
> "Your sleep is going to influence my sleep and that will make me more
> likely to do drugs," says10Sara Mednick, a neuroscientist at the
> University of California, San Diego, who led the study.
>
> Establishing whether one behaviour leads to another usually requires
> an experiment in which a particular variable is tweaked. But in the
> first analysis of its kind, Mednick and her team used changes in the
> friendship networks of 90,000 teens during the course of a school year
> as a "natural experiment" (see "All the world's a lab") to
> discover what influences led them to use cannabis. They say their
> analysis showed not only that cannabis and poor sleep spread together,
> but also that lack of sleep was causing marijuana use.
>
> Having one friend who had less than 7 hours of shut-eye a night
> increased the likelihood that a teenager had also used marijuana by 20
> per cent, the team found. Also, the more sleep-deprived friends the
> teenager had, the more likely it was that he or she smoked dope. The
> team also found that the most popular teenagers - those most central
> to their school's social network - were the ones most likely to sleep
> poorly, do drugs and pass these behaviours on.
>
> "This research was done in the early 90s before the internet age,"
> Mednick points out. The teenagers' poor sleep habits may have been
> spread through late-night phone calls and gallivanting, but since the
> research was done new distractions such as text messaging could offer
> even more reasons to stay up late. "My guess is that this is going to
> become 10 million times worse," Mednick says.
>
> To reduce the possibility that a shared environmental factor may
> explain these connections, Mednick's team took into account
> differences between teenagers, including race, sex, parents' income
> and education. Another complication is that teenagers tend to pick
> friends based on a mutual interest, be it football or French or
> recreational drug use.
>
> But Mednick says that the pattern of changes in the social networks
> show the teens are not simply picking like-minded friends, but that
> friends are driving each other's behaviour.
>  Mutual friends had more influence on
> the sleep habits and drug use of one another than pairs where only one
> person named the other as a friend. Teens whose friendship was not
> reciprocated by a classmate they named had little or no effect on that
> friend's behaviour.
>
> Susan Tapert, a psychologist also at UC San Diego who was not
> involved in the study, agrees that poor sleep may lead to drug use,
> but also says the two behaviours probably reinforce one another. A
> previous study found that after treatment, alcoholics who continued to
> have sleep problems were more likely to relapse.
>
> Mednick hopes to use a similar approach to find out if sleeping badly
> is related to gambling and other impulsive acts.
>
> Team member James Fowler, who previously showed that obesity
> spreads through social networks, sees social networks as a useful tool
> for teasing out cause and effect. He and Mednick write: "People are
> connected, and so their health behaviours are connected."
>
>
> Technical telepathy: 09969636745
> Saints are not always saints; sinners are not always sinners.
>
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 8
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 15:26:56 +0530
> From: austin pinto <austinpinto.xaviers at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in, 	The Accessible Phones Discussion
> 	List <blindphones at mosenexplosion.com>,	"Voice Vision."
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> hi friends i wanted to know if there is a demo available for knfb
> reader 6.3 and higher please help urgently
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> from austin
>
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> Message: 9
> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 16:20:02 +0530
> From: "Subramani L" <lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Design award & Induction cooker
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> Excellent news. Thanks for the update.
>
> Subramani
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>
>
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> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of V.
> Jayakumar
> Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2010 6:12 PM
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Cc: Archanaa Seker
> Subject: [AI] Design award & Induction cooker
>
> Harish & Subramani,
>
> Harish, as suggested by you, we are submitting the talking cooker for
> the
> design award. Subramani - our volunteer Archanaa will write to you with
> numbers and retail details. She will also email the group basic
> information
> after her site visit tomorrow.
>
> Vaishnavi
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>>   1. hai good moring madam Re:  Messages Through Yahoo Messenger
>>      on Mobile (narsimulu )
>>   2. Windows movie maker tutorials (Abdul Razzaq)
>>   3. Re: Windows movie maker tutorials (Srikanth Kanuri)
>>   4. Deadline Extended-Universal Design Awards (Dorodi Sharma)
>>   5. Re: Using wireless keyboard with Nokia N79 (Srikanth Kanuri)
>>   6. i have doubts in user account (mahesh)
>>   7. Re: i have doubts in user account (Jeevaraj)
>>   8. Re: i have doubts in user account (Jeevaraj)
>>   9. Re: i have doubts in user account (mahesh)
>>  10.  How to configure gmail on mobile phone? (Vamshi. G)
>>  11. Re: How to configure gmail on mobile phone? (Mukesh Sharma)
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>> Message: 1
>> Date: 15 Jul 2010 06:14:36 -0000
>> From: "narsimulu " <narsimulu1990 at rediffmail.com>
>> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Subject: [AI] hai good moring madam Re:  Messages Through Yahoo
>>        Messenger on Mobile
>> Message-ID:
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>> On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 18:42:22 +0530  wrote
>>
>> >Hi all! has anybody tried sending messages using yahoo messenger on
>>
>>
>>
>> mobile? If so, please share experience. Regards, K. Jagadeshwari.
>>
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>> --
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>> Mob: 9900250122
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>> I am narsimulu from HYD I have yahoo masenger plese had me my skype
> name I
>> am sending data skype only O K madam  my skype name is narsimulu.b
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>> Narsimulu 6-34 bhavani nagar dhilshipnagar hydrabad 5000060
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>> Message: 2
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 12:37:53 +0530
>> From: Abdul Razzaq <sensible.razzaq at gmail.com>
>> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>> Subject: [AI] Windows movie maker tutorials
>> Message-ID:
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>> Hi, I want windows movie maker tutorial can anybody give me?
>>
>> Thanks&Regards,
>> ABDUL RAZZAQ.S
>> Mobile:8099556550
>> Skype: razzaq.369
>>
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> Message: 3
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:09:29 +0530
>> From: Srikanth Kanuri <srilists at gmail.com>
>> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>> Subject: Re: [AI] Windows movie maker tutorials
>> Message-ID:
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>> get it here: click on each link for its details:
>>
>> http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/moviemaker/a/mov_mak_beg.htm
>>
>> On 7/15/10, Abdul Razzaq <sensible.razzaq at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi, I want windows movie maker tutorial can anybody give me?
>> >
>> > Thanks&Regards,
>> > ABDUL RAZZAQ.S
>> > Mobile:8099556550
>> > Skype: razzaq.369
>> >
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>> Message: 4
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:11:51 +0530
>> From: "Dorodi Sharma" <dorodi_sharma at ncpedp.org>
>> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Subject: [AI] Deadline Extended-Universal Design Awards
>> Message-ID: <8690948A427645C39879F0A1DA49816D at hp1>
>> Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="iso-8859-1"
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>> Dear All,
>>
>>
>>
>> As you are aware, NCPEDP in association with AccessAbility and
> BarrierBreak
>> Technologies and with the support of MphasiS has instituted the first
> ever
>> 'The NCPEDP-MphasiS Universal Design Awards'.
>>
>>
>>
>> It has been very encouraging to see the response to the first edition
> of
>> the Awards!
>>
>>
>>
>> We have now decided to extend the deadline for filing nominations to
> 20th
>> of July!!
>>
>>
>>
>> Details of the award and the nomination forms are available at
>> http://dnis.org/awards.php.
>>
>>
>>
>> Please do circulate this widely, especially among people who are
> planning
>> to apply.
>>
>>
>>
>> With best regards,
>>
>> Dorodi Sharma
>> Programme Manager
>>
>> National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People
> (NCPEDP)
>> A -77, South Extension Part II
>> New Delhi - 110 049, India
>> Tel.: 91-11-26265647 / 26265648
>> Telefax:011-26265649
>> Websites: www.ncpedp.org and www.dnis.org
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>> Message: 5
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:13:32 +0530
>> From: Srikanth Kanuri <srilists at gmail.com>
>> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>> Subject: Re: [AI] Using wireless keyboard with Nokia N79
>> Message-ID:
>>        <AANLkTilaqB_GmgYwqetkAuAd0ihIsVj9cugAe-tGDDj0 at mail.gmail.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
>>
>> yes blue tooth keyboards can be accessed but i doubt about general
>> wireless keyboards whether they could be accessed please let me know.
>>
>> On 7/15/10, Adhimoolam Vetrivel Murugan <vadhimoolam at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > That's done through bluetooth. In fact it used to be the case that
> the
>> > I-phone could not be connected with bluetooth keyboard, but with the
>> > latest firmware it has been addressed. Apple has it's own keyboard,
>> > but I heard that it could not be folded. Freedom input has come out
>> > with a keyboard for I-phone which is very compact and foldable. I
>> > think it costs around 59 British pounts or about 70 US$.
>> >
>> > Vetri.
>> >
>> > On 14/07/2010, Srikanth Kanuri <srilists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Oh! wireless keyboard can be used on mobile? interesting had anyone
>> >> been using it? please throw some light on it. i know that it
> supports
>> >> wireless L.A.N but how a keyboard could be used directly without
>> >> connecting the P.C and keyboard.
>> >>
>> >> awaiting your replies:
>> >> Srikanth
>> >>
>> >> On 7/14/10, Adhimoolam Vetrivel Murugan <vadhimoolam at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> >>> Did you look at the user manual and was there an instalation CD?
>> >>> Because the first thing is to install the associated driver in
> your
>> >>> phone. I assume that it's done through Nokia PC suite.
>> >>>
>> >>> Vetri.
>> >>>
>> >>> On 13/07/2010, Vicky Singh <ask.champs at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>>> Dear List members,
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Hope all are doing fine.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Recently I had purchased a Microsoft wireless keyboard. I would
> like
>> >>>> to know how I can use it for typing SMS on my Nokia N79. A step
> by
>> >>>> step guide shall be highly appreciated.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Also I would request some techie guys to create a channel on
> inclusive
>> >>>> planet for Nokia N79 where all resources can be pooled and users
> can
>> >>>> help each other in resolving the problems. I think it will help
> in
>> >>>> reducing the traffic regarding Nokia N79 on main mailing list.
> Also it
>> >>>> will help a user to browse a collection of problems and solutions
>> >>>> before posting a query to the group. And browsing 15 ? 20 mails
>> >>>> instead of browsing entire AI mailing list archives will be a lot
>> >>>> easier.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Similar channels can be created for more popular cell phone
> models
>> like
>> >>>> E63
>> >>>> etc.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Regards,
>> >>>>
>> >>>> VS
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
> with
>> >>>> disability bill at:
>> >>>> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
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>> Message: 6
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 14:34:32 +0530
>> From: "mahesh" <maheshswis at gmail.com>
>> To: "accessindia" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>>
>> Subject: [AI] i have doubts in user account
>> Message-ID: <550A5867587448DF9D81D23B5DCBD946 at home59be69d3b4>
>> Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="iso-8859-1"
>>
>> today morning i create 2 account.
>> but now i want deletes  that account
>> wat can i do.
>> it very difficult on  enter in 2  computer
>> please tell  2 me how 2 remou  2 account. o
>> thanks
>>
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> Message: 7
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 15:47:42 +0530
>> From: Jeevaraj <jeevas.72 at gmail.com>
>> To: mahesh <maheshswis at gmail.com>, accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>> Subject: Re: [AI] i have doubts in user account
>> Message-ID:
>>        <AANLkTimDd_abm2WwKh7O19PJ4Uz0PNGZRhjHw98drYcw at mail.gmail.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>>
>> hello mahesh before i give the solution, i have to know which oprating
>> system that you are using. if you are using windows XP, here is the
> way!
>> 1. login, through the account which you wanted delete
>> 2. then logoff by pressing windows, use down arrow you will fined
>> logoff...,
>> press enter and press L
>> 3. login, using administration account
>> 4. go to the control panel
>> 5. press enter on user accounts
>> 6. use tab once and press arrow keys
>> 7. there, you will get your account, which you wanted to delete. hit
> enter
>> on that
>> 8. press tab once and use down arrow you will fined "delete your
> account."
>> press enter and complete the process
>>
>> for more, plg contact
>> skype: jeeva.kingjeeva
>> e mail: jeeva.kingjeeva at gmail.com
>>
>> with best regards
>> Jeeva
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 2:34 PM, mahesh <maheshswis at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> > today morning i create 2 account.
>> > but now i want deletes  that account
>> > wat can i do.
>> > it very difficult on  enter in 2  computer
>> > please tell  2 me how 2 remou  2 account. o
>> > thanks
>> > Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
> with
>> > disability bill at:
>> > http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
>> >
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>> Message: 8
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 15:47:42 +0530
>> From: Jeevaraj <jeevas.72 at gmail.com>
>> To: mahesh <maheshswis at gmail.com>, accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>> Subject: Re: [AI] i have doubts in user account
>> Message-ID:
>>        <AANLkTimDd_abm2WwKh7O19PJ4Uz0PNGZRhjHw98drYcw at mail.gmail.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>>
>> hello mahesh before i give the solution, i have to know which oprating
>> system that you are using. if you are using windows XP, here is the
> way!
>> 1. login, through the account which you wanted delete
>> 2. then logoff by pressing windows, use down arrow you will fined
>> logoff...,
>> press enter and press L
>> 3. login, using administration account
>> 4. go to the control panel
>> 5. press enter on user accounts
>> 6. use tab once and press arrow keys
>> 7. there, you will get your account, which you wanted to delete. hit
> enter
>> on that
>> 8. press tab once and use down arrow you will fined "delete your
> account."
>> press enter and complete the process
>>
>> for more, plg contact
>> skype: jeeva.kingjeeva
>> e mail: jeeva.kingjeeva at gmail.com
>>
>> with best regards
>> Jeeva
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 2:34 PM, mahesh <maheshswis at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> > today morning i create 2 account.
>> > but now i want deletes  that account
>> > wat can i do.
>> > it very difficult on  enter in 2  computer
>> > please tell  2 me how 2 remou  2 account. o
>> > thanks
>> > Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
> with
>> > disability bill at:
>> > http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
>> >
>> > To unsubscribe send a message to
>> accessindia-request at accessindia.org.inwith the subject unsubscribe.
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>> >
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> Message: 9
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 16:33:23 +0530
>> From: "mahesh" <maheshswis at gmail.com>
>> To: "Jeevaraj" <jeevas.72 at gmail.com>,
> <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Subject: Re: [AI] i have doubts in user account
>> Message-ID: <ABF63CD3FE6642F3B74D0F77641A3E8B at home59be69d3b4>
>> Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="iso-8859-1"
>>
>> thanks sir
>> i fallow your guidelines i deleted all  waste account sir
>> i am using windos xp sir
>> thanks sir---- Original Message -----
>>  From: Jeevaraj
>>  To: mahesh ; accessindia at accessindia.org.in
>>  Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2010 3:47 PM
>>  Subject: Re: [AI] i have doubts in user account
>>
>>
>>  hello mahesh before i give the solution, i have to know which
> oprating
>> system that you are using. if you are using windows XP, here is the
> way!
>>  1. login, through the account which you wanted delete
>>  2. then logoff by pressing windows, use down arrow you will fined
>> logoff..., press enter and press L
>>  3. login, using administration account
>>  4. go to the control panel
>>  5. press enter on user accounts
>>  6. use tab once and press arrow keys
>>  7. there, you will get your account, which you wanted to delete. hit
> enter
>> on that
>>  8. press tab once and use down arrow you will fined "delete your
> account."
>> press enter and complete the process
>>
>>  for more, plg contact
>>  skype: jeeva.kingjeeva
>>  e mail: jeeva.kingjeeva at gmail.com
>>
>>  with best regards
>>  Jeeva
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>  On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 2:34 PM, mahesh <maheshswis at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>    today morning i create 2 account.
>>    but now i want deletes  that account
>>    wat can i do.
>>    it very difficult on  enter in 2  computer
>>    please tell  2 me how 2 remou  2 account. o
>>    thanks
>>    Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
> with
>> disability bill at:
>>    http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
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>> Message: 10
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 16:49:05 +0530
>> From: "Vamshi. G" <gvamshiai at gmail.com>
>> To: accessindia <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Subject: [AI]  How to configure gmail on mobile phone?
>> Message-ID:
>>        <AANLkTikF-8DS2VDJiHSeCyscH_VlAdlsL1Cz9yD9mJ6V at mail.gmail.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>>
>> dear friends,
>>
>> I am using internet on my mobile phone, Nokia 5320.  Currently I am
>> accessing my gmail through the web interface.  Is there any way
>> through we can configure gmail on the mobile?
>>
>> --
>> G. Vamshi
>> PH Res : +91 877-2243861
>> Mobile: +91 9949349497
>> E-mail ID:
>> gvamshiai at gmail.com
>> Skype: gvamshi81
>>
>> www.retinaindia.org
>> >From darkness unto light
>>
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>>
>> Message: 11
>> Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 18:04:17 +0530
>> From: "Mukesh Sharma" <mrmukeshsharma at gmail.com>
>> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
>> Subject: Re: [AI] How to configure gmail on mobile phone?
>> Message-ID: <4c3f0043.0626730a.20fa.10db at mx.google.com>
>> Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="us-ascii"
>>
>> Yes, Check the Setup E-mail option in the Messaging application in the
>> phone
>> or
>> you can use the Emoze application (free app) and can configure any of
> your
>> email having providing POP/IMAP service and Google is the one
> providing
>> both
>> the options.
>> Thanks
>> Mukesh
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
>> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Vamshi. G
>> Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2010 4:49 PM
>> To: accessindia
>> Subject: [AI] How to configure gmail on mobile phone?
>>
>> dear friends,
>>
>> I am using internet on my mobile phone, Nokia 5320.  Currently I am
>> accessing my gmail through the web interface.  Is there any way
> through we
>> can configure gmail on the mobile?
>>
>> --
>> G. Vamshi
>> PH Res : +91 877-2243861
>> Mobile: +91 9949349497
>> E-mail ID:
>> gvamshiai at gmail.com
>> Skype: gvamshi81
>>
>> www.retinaindia.org
>> >From darkness unto light
>>
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